future, they sit on the sidelines. we have more -- we have so much money on the sidelines waiting to be invested, but they're uncertain about where we're going to go. the answer, get this god darn deficit under control, do not raise taxes on capital gains risk-taking, provide incentives for investment, real changes in education to connect our kids with real job opportunities. and you know, if you begin -- and lay down some certainty on regulatory reform, he'll be investing! >> well, you know, he's got over $3 billion in cash in the balance sheet, probably gone up. that was last quarter, so it's probably gone up. it's not yours, obviously, it's your shareholders' but what'd you spend, $800 million on capital expenditures this year? it could be more, it could be a lot more. but i hear this uncertainty about regulation, and frankly, i think a lot of ceos say it because why not? why not get regulatory or tax relief if you can? but at the end of the day, your first answer, demand, it would seem to me, is the key.